Definition of Trapnest
1. to determine the productivity of hens with a type of nest [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Literary usage of Trapnest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poultry Breeding and Management by James Dryden (1916)
"trapnest are simplicity, cheapness, and accuracy in operation. The Oregon Station trapnest has been in use 12 years (Utah Station Bulletin 92 and Oregon ..."
2. Poultry for Profit: A Practical Manual for Beginners, Farmers and Side-line by Jean W. Aldrich Koethen (1915)
"31) 160 Broody Coop (Fig. 34) 162 Brood Coop of Grocer's Box (Fig. 35) 165 Jug Mother (Fig. 36) 165 Oregon trapnest (Fig. 37) 168 Missouri trapnest (Fig. ..."
3. Bulletin by Maine Agricultural Experiment Station (1917)
"The use of the trapnest, however, soon dispells this illusion. Pearl, Surface and Curtis" say that "The laying of ..."
4. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1917)
"They spread them out, as the trapnest records in Figs. 15 and 16 show. Some hens lay one day and rest the next; others lay three or four days, work again. ..."
5. A Study of Organization and Method of the Course of Study in Agriculture in by Theodore Hildreth Eaton (1917)
"trapnest Milking stool 32. Wheelbarrow Window screen 33. Carpenters' work bench Nail and staple box 34. Chicken brooder coop and run Bird house 35. ..."
6. The American Breeds of Poultry: Their Origin, History of Their Development by Frank L. Platt (1921)
"The band number of the hen that lays an egg should be marked with pencil on the egg when it is taken from the trapnest and the hen released. ..."